An arrest or summons does not constitute a finding of guilt. An individual charged with a crime is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at criminal proceedings.

Law enforcement officials with Troop D of the Maine State Police responded to the following incidents in Waldo County during the past week. Anyone with information regarding ongoing investigations is asked to call 800-452-4664.

May 23
Trooper Donald Webber received a motor vehicle complaint on Bog Road in Jackson. The complainant reported that Jason Roberts, 29, of Brooks was “doing burnouts” in a black Chevrolet Blazer. Webber, along with Trooper Bethany Couturier, located Roberts on Bog Road driving a riding lawnmower on the road. Webber determined that Roberts had a suspended license, in addition to bail conditions, and Roberts was then arrested for operating after suspension and violation of condition of release. He was taken to the Waldo County Jail.

May 25
Couturier responded to Pond Road in Burnham for a criminal mischief complaint. Her investigation revealed that the complainant’s daughter’s ex-boyfriend had kicked the complainant’s car and dented it. The investigation continues.

Webber stopped to assist a motorist whose vehicle was disabled on Route 220 in Montville. Zebediah Maker, 24, of Liberty was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was summoned for possession of a usable amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 27
Trooper Luke Cunningham responded to Mount View High School after receiving a report of a student’s being in possession of marijuana. Following an investigation, Edward McGuire, 18, was summoned for the offense.

Trooper Jonah O’Roak arrested Denise Sonia Pangilinan, 33, for domestic assault and domestic criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon. The arrest was the result of a domestic disturbance on Veterans Highway in Brooks. Police declined to specify what the dangerous weapon was.

May 28
Cunningham summoned Sherry Libby, 41, for criminal trespass after she allegedly violated a trespass order that prohibited her from returning to the Arthur Jewell Health Center in Brooks.

O’Roak processed evidence at the scene of an attempted burglary at the Unitel warehouse in Unity. The investigation is ongoing.

Webber stopped Samuel Farrington, 22, of Bangor on Main Street in Winterport. Farrington was summoned for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, failure to display a valid inspection sticker and failure to provide evidence of insurance.

Webber stopped Dennis Craig, 23, and Teresa Sirois, 28, on Route 52 in Northport. Craig was arrested for operating after habitual offender revocation, and Sirois was arrested for unlawful possession of scheduled drugs. Both were taken to the Waldo County Jail, with the assistance of a Waldo County Sheriff’s deputy.

May 29
Webber stopped Daniel Boudreau, 27, on School Street in Unity. Boudreau was arrested on a charge of operating after habitual offender revocation (class C) and was then taken to the Waldo County Jail.

Webber, Couturier, Trooper Jonathan Russell, members of the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency executed a search warrant on Purple Heart Highway in Brooks, after getting a tip that marijuana was being grown at the residence. According to police, approximately 50 plants were seized, along with drug paraphernalia. Ricky Seekins, 38, was summoned, charged with cultivation of marijuana.

Couturier stopped a vehicle on Route 139 in Brooks for an expired inspection sticker. As a result of the stop, Adam Mossor, 24, was summoned for possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 31
Sgt. David Tripp stopped Bobby Mitchell, 29, on Robbins Road in Belfast for failing to wear his seatbelt. Mitchell was summoned for operating after suspension and released to a licensed driver.